Listen to experts from RGP and LeaseAccelerator answer the top 10 questions companies have about lease accounting. From the technical standards and disclosure requirements to day one implementation and on-going compliance, understand the key issues and how best to approach them.
LeaseAccelerator and Genpact share best practices for compliance on day two and beyond on this lease accounting record to report webinar. Learn how to track changes to the lease portfolio, how to integrate financial systems and how to plan for external audits.
The deadline for the new ASC 842 lease accounting standard is fast approaching. Listen to a panel of experts from LeaseAccelerator and RSM discuss how you can jump start your implementation with advice on technical accounting, data collection and software selection.
Learn how to select a lease accounting software application that will integrate with your Oracle ERP and General Ledger. Here real world case studies of how Oracle customers are leveraging a specialized lease accounting subledger to comply with ASC 842 and IFRS 16.
One of the most important policy decisions you will need to make to implement the new lease accounting standards is whether to perform asset or contract-level lease accounting. This decision will affect everything from data collection and software selection to financial reporting and SOX compliance.
LeaseAccelerator CEO Michael Keeler hosts treasury leaders from three of the world’s leading corporations as they describe their award-winning technology excellence projects. Features case studies from Google, Cummins, and Health Care Service Corporation.
Listen to Neil Banwart, Cummins director of corporate treasury, share how they transformed their global equipment leasing program while saving millions in the process. Learn the best practices Cummins adopted to lower evergreen payments and reduce equipiment financing fees.
Listen to our Spend Management for Leased Equipment Webinar to hear five best practices for reducing costs. Hear multiple case studies of how Fortune 500 companies are managing equipment leasing as a focused spend category with targeted savings objectives.